Her estranged husband has been arrested after it was reported he visited the home earlier that day to pick up their autistic son’s broken iPad or computer.
Victorian police are investigating what happened after a woman was found dead in her home in Mill Park in Melbourne on Tuesday night.
The woman was discovered in the home after police conducted a welfare check, Victorian Police reported.
A crime scene was established with police investigating to see what had happened to the woman.
The police went on to say that a “45-year-old Epping man has been arrested and is currently under hospital guard”.
Although police have yet to formally identify either individual– the Herald Sun today reported that the victim was mum Elaine Pandilovski.
They allege that the beloved mum who killed by her estranged husband and high school sweetheart, Zoran Pandilovski.
“She didn’t make it to work”
Her aunt, Mary Yoannidis, told the Herald Sun that Elaine’s estranged husband visited her home on Tuesday morning to pick up their son’s broken iPad or computer.
Family members told The Herald Sun that they had been concerned when Elaine failed to turn up to work later that day.
They reported that Elaine worked at Plenty Parkland Primary School in Mill Park, as a special needs aid.
It was later that evening that Elaine’s body was found at her home.
“I heard a kid”
Neighbours told The Herald Sun that they heard a kid “outside crying” after the time Elaine was discovered.
However, it was reported that the couple’s son, who has autism, was at his grandmother’s house at the time.
Police are continuing to investigate the crime, visiting nearby homes to gather evidence.
Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.